Directory is arranged as follows: ~ 

1.  Name of individual or firm. 

2.  Postoffice address in parenthesis. 

3.  The figures following the letter r indicate the number of the road on which the party resides, and will be found by reference to the map in the back part of this work. Where no road number is given the party is supposed to reside in the village. 

4.  Business or occupation. 

5.  A star (*) placed before a name indicates an advertiser in this work. 

6. Figures placed after the occupation of a farmer indicate the number of acres owned or leased. 

7.  Names in CAPITALS are those who have kindly given their patronage to the work, and without whose aid its publication would have been impossible. 

For additional names changes and corrections, see Errata.

ABBREVIATIONS. — Ab., above; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bet., between; cor., corner; E., east; emp., .employee; fac. op., factory operative; h., house; manuf., manufacturer; Mfg., manufacturing; N., north; n., near; opp. opposite; prop., proprietor; reg., registered as applied to live stock; regt., regiment; S., south; supt., superintendent; W., west.

The word street is implied.

(Post office address is Berlin, unless otherwise designated in parenthesis.)


Ainsworth Charles C., (Montpelier) emp. J. G. Scribner, h 39 Berlin st.

AINSWORTH DANIEL DR., (Montpelier) r 14, distiller of oils and medical extracts.

Alexander Amasa W., (Montpelier) r 10, carpenter, contractor and builder, 8 cows, farmer 75.

Alexander Charles W., (Montpelier) painter, served in Co. A, 1st Vt. Cav., 4. years, h 57 Berlin st.

Alexander Fanny E. Mrs., h and lot 57 Berlin. st. 

Alexander George W., (Montpelier) r 10, joiner, emp. of his father, Amasa W. 

ALEXANDER HARRISON, (Montpelier) r 10, 1,500 sugar trees, 18 cows, breeder of full blood Chester white swine, farmer 240, pasture and woodland in Moretown 180.

Amidon Marshall, laborer, h and 1 acre.

Andrews Asa G., r 17, farmer, leases of Mrs. Cynthia Stickney 18.

ANDREWS EDMUND E., r 54, prop. Fair Mount nursery, dealer in the choicest and hardiest varieties of fruit trees, small fruits, etc., Wolf River apple trees and Fay currant bushes, specialties, 800 sugar trees, breeder of high grade Jersey cattle, 18 cows, farmer 300.

Andrews Edwin, r 54, 300 sugar trees, 12 grade Jersey cows, farmer 162.

Andrews Lydia A. Mrs., off r 30, resident.

Andrews Merrill W., r 48, 400 sugar trees, 6 cows, farmer 65.

Andrews William, (Montpelier) painter, 17 Berlin st.

Andrews William L., r 54, 250 sugar trees, 12 cows and farmer.

Arbuckle Walter W., (W. Berlin) sugar orchard and farmer, leases on shares of Martin Campbell.

Austin Harriet, (W. Berlin) r 19, widow of Edwin, resident.

Austin Maria L. Miss, (W. Berlin) r 19, dressmaker.

Ayers Charles M., (Northfield) r 45, prop. wood sawing machine, farmer 42.

AVERS HIRAM B., (W. Berlin) r 31, 500 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 85.

Ayers John, (W. Berlin) r 31, retired farmer, aged 92, resides with his son Hiram B.


Bachelor Louise, widow of Eben, bds. with her daughter, Mrs. Fanny E. Alexander, 57 Berlin st.

Bailey Andrew C., r 30, mail carrier from Berlin to Montpelier, h and lot.

Bailey Charles P., (W. Berlin) r 45, stonecutter, h and 1 acre.

Bailey Levi VV., (Montpelier) r 16, 600 sugar trees, 10, cows, breeder of fine horses, farmer, leases of his father, Socrates, 140.

Bailey Milton E., r 39, manages for C. E. Perrin, of Montpelier, farm 200.

Bailey Nettie H. Mrs., r 48, teacher, daughter of H. C. Hayward.

BAILEY OZIAS B., r 28, justice of the peace, 300 sugar trees, 11 cows, farmer 195.

Bailey Richard, (Montpelier) off r 14, 600 sugar trees, 18 cows, farmer 160. '

Bancroft Aaron, (Montpelier) agent for white bronze monumental work and statuary, h 27 Berlin st.

Bancroft Leonard, r 48, carpenter, contractor and builder, farmer 20,

Barker Ludlow O., (W. Berlin) r 45, stockholder and foreman Berlin Granite Co.

Barney Frank, r 30, blacksmith

Barrows Alfred J., (Montpelier) painter, h Northfield st.

Beach Theodore, (Montpelier) cabmaker and gardener, owns h and lot, h 32 Prospect.

Beach Theodore J. (Montpelier) r 14, granite cutter and tool sharpener.

Bean Dudley M., (Gouldsville) r 53, farmer 25.

Bean John, (Gouldsville) r 35, 150 sugar trees, farmer 50.

Belknap John Q. A., r 56, 350 sugar trees, farmer 85.

BENJAMIN IRA A., (Montpelier) r 28, 300 sugar trees, 13 cows, farmer 125.

Benjamin John E., (Montpelier) off r 24, 16 grade jersey cows, farmer 130

Benjamin Myrtie S. Miss, (Montpelier) off r 24, daughter of John E., teacher.

BENJAMIN S. WEBSTER, (Montpelier) r 24, 1st selectman, 500 sugar trees, breeder of high grade Jersey cattle, 18 cows, farmer 150, served in Co. C, 13th Vt. Vols.

Berthelot Joseph, (Montpelier) laborer, h Langdon ave.

Bingham Carlos S., (Montpelier) r 16, 6 cows, and manages farm 100.

Bingham Sarah J. Mrs., (Montpelier) r 76, 6 cows, farm 100.

Black Byron L., farm laborer.

Black Lorenzo, r 37, 300 sugar trees, 70 sheep, farmer 100.

Black Volney L., r 37, 300 sugar trees, 70 sheep, farmer, owns with his father 100.

Blair George, (Montpelier) foreman Argus and Patriot, h 63 Berlin st.

Blanchard Sarah, (Montpelier) r 3, widow of Arad, resident.

Blay Laura M. Mrs., (Barre) r 14, prop. of laundry, and grower of small fruit.

Bliss Elmer E., (Montpelier) butcher, emp. F. B. Miller, h 28 Berlin st.

Bloss E. Holbrook, r 30, 5 high grade jersey cows, farmer 35.

BOLES DAVID, (Montpelier) r 26, 500 sugar trees, 15 cows, 75 sheep, farmer 240.

BOSWORTH GARDNER S., r 48, 400 sugar trees, breeder of Morgan and Hambletonian horses, 10 high grade jersey cows, farmer, leases of Levi Strong 75.

Boutwell Marcus, (Montpelier) tanner and currier, emp. Pecks & Cummins, h 45 Berlin st.

Bradshaw George, (Montpelier) lawyer, prop. Bradshaw place, and farm 90, summer residence Northfield st.; winter residence New York city.

Braman Karl F., (W. Berlin) r 45, granite cutter, emp. Berlin Granite Co., bds. with L. O. Barker.

Brown Hosea N., (Gouldsville) r 35, 250 sugar trees, 30 grade jersey cows, farmer, leases of his father, D. C., 330. 

Brown Theodore, (Montpelier) 250 sugar trees, farmer 75, and woodland 47.

BROWN WILBUR, (Montpelier) r 10, prop. saw, grist and cider-mills, manuf. of dimension and hard wood lumber, shingles and wood, does custom grinding, dealer in flour, feed and grain, makes from 1,000 to 2,000 barrels of cider annually, timberland 300, and pasture land 350.

Brown William, r 40 opp. 39, 600 sugar trees, 25 cows, breeder of fine horses, farmer 223.

Bullock Atwood C., ( Montpelier) r 16, 12 grade jersey cows, farmer 12 5.


CAMERON IRA C.; r 55, 500 sugar trees, breeder of fine horses, 12 cows, farmer 200, served in Cos. E and K, 6th Vt. Vols.

Campbell James, (Montpelier) tanner, emp. Johonnot, h 6 Northfield St. 

Campbell Marshall, (Montpelier) r 11, 200 sugar trees, 9 cows, farmer 85. 

Cantillion Thomas, (Montpelier) stonecutter, emp. Eagan & McQueeney, h Bradshaw block.

Campbell Martin, (Montpelier) r 11, farmer with his father, Marshall.

Carr Peter, (Montpelier) laborer, bds. Northfield St.

Carrigan Richard, (Montpelier) r 8, 300 sugar trees, farmer, leases of Lyndon Ayers 75.

Cass Henry L., r 37, 1,000 sugar trees, 11 head of oxen for beef, farmer for J. R. Langdon 150.

Cass Tad H., r 18, carpenter and farmer 1.

Celley Charles N., (Montpelier) r 8, farmer 146, and owns stock horse "Gen. Grant."

Celley D. Birney, (W. Berlin) r 32, farm 11, and leases of A. K. Warren 8 cows and farm 250.

Celley Jane E. Mrs., (W. Berlin) r 32, h and 11 acres.

Chandler Daniel, (Northfield) r 44, 750 sugar trees, 33 grade Jersey cows, farmer 275.

Chandler Ervin L., (Gouldsville) r 47, farmer with his father, Lemuel.

Chandler George C., (Montpelier) r 10, 2,000 sugar trees, breeder of full blood Jersey cattle, reg., farmer 150.

CHANDLER LEMUEL, (Gouldsville) r 47, justice of the peace, 300 sugar trees, 16 cows, farmer 205.

Chandler Myron L., (Gouldsvllle) r 47, medical student, teacher in Mt. Pleasant academy and Military school, Sing Sing, N, Y.

Chase Amos, (W. Berlin) r 19, retired farmer.

Chase Amos N., (W. Berlin) r 19. farmer with Joseph.

Chase Joel W., (Montpelier) r 47, farmer 125.

Chase Joseph, (W. Berlin) r 19, 300 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 140.

Chase Nelson, (W. Berlin) r 32, 5 grade Jersey cows. farmer 60.

Chase Truman, (Gouldsville) r 47, 6 cows, farmer, leases of his. son Joel 125.

Chatfield Lewis, manages for J. C. Gleason farm 75.

Cheney Hannah, (W. Berlin) r 21, widow of Edmund, farm 13.

Clark Arthur, (Montpelier) off r 10, teamster, emp. Wilbur Brown.

CLOGSTON ELMER E., (Montpelier) machinist, emp. Johnson & Cotton, h 8 Bradshaw place.

CLOGSTON ORAMEL C., (Montpelier) manuf. and dealer in lumber, mills in Worcester, h Berlin St.

COBURN ALONZO L., (W. Berlin) r 36, quarryman, h and 2 acres.

Coburn John, (W. Berlin) r 45, stonecutter and farmer 3.

Colby Hosea B., (Montpelier) r 8,800 sugar trees, farmer on the estate of Levi 140.

Colby Margery Miss, (Montpelier) r 10, resident.

Colby Mary A., (Montpelier) r 8, widow of Levi.

Conlon Mary Mrs., (Montpelier) owns h and lot 16 Northfield St.

Conlon Patrick, (Montpelier) resident, h 16 Northfield St.

Conlon Thomas, (Montpelier) granite cutter, bds. 16 Northfield St.

Connolly Ellen, (Montpelier) widow of John, h Northfield St.

Connolly John, (Montpelier) stonecutter, emp. Merrill Russell, h Northfield st.

Connor Charles, (Montpelier) emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 10 Bradshaw place. 

COOK JAMES, (Montpelier) r 13, apiarist 16 colonies, 20 cows, farmer, leases on shares of M. Marvin, of Montpelier, 175,

Cook John L., (Montpelier) r 13, son of James, farmer and apiarist 16 colonies.

Cook Robert, 2d (Montpelier) r 20, 200 sugar trees, farmer 70.

Cooke David, (Montpelier) r 28, laborer.

Corcoran Timothy, r 49, 500 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer 150.

Covell James M., r 57, 500 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer.

COVELL STEPHEN H., r 57, 1,000 sugar trees, 7 cows, grower of young cattle, 20 head, 70 sheep, breeder of fine horses, 5 head, farmer 200, and in Williamstown, Orange Co., 80.

Crandall George H., r 49, 16 cows, farmer 200.

Crane Albert H., (Montpelier) r 1, 6 cows, and farmer 35.

Crane Gerard W., (Montpelier) laborer, h Northfield st.

Crane Hubbard K., (W. Berlin) pastor Free Baptist church of Williamstown. Orange Co., h and 3 acres.

Crossett James, (Montpelier) contractor and builder, h 43 Berlin st.

Cruikshank Harvey, (Montpelier) r 14, stonecutter.

CUMMINGS ALBERT D., (Montpelier) r 12, 8 grade Jersey cows, farmer 65.

Cummings Alvin P., (Montpelier) r 11, (J. L. Cummings & Son).

Cummings J. L. & Son, (Montpelier) r 11, (Alvin P.) general coopers, manufs. of cisterns, barrels, tubs, pails, etc.

Cummings John L., r 11, (J. L. Cummings & Son).

Cummings Nancy, (Montpelier) r 11, widow of Andrew, farm 20.

CUMMINGS SYLVESTER, (Montpelier) r 11, 600 sugar trees, 18 cows,. farmer 128.

Currier Charles P., (Montpelier) r 10, cooper, and farmer 20.

Currier Herbert, (Montpelier) silver plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, h 18. Northfield st.

CURRIER PASCHAL W., r 29, 500 sugar trees, 25 grade Jersey cows, breeder of fine horses, farmer 250.

Currier Theodore, (W. Berlin) r 45, laborer.

Curtis George S., (Montpelier) laborer, bds. 26 Prospect.

Curtis Nelson A., (Montpelier) retired carpenter and joiner, aged 70, h 39, Berlin st.

Cutler Leonard H., (Montpelier) farm laborer, h and lot Berlin st.


Daniels Frank, (Montpelier) laborer, h Northfield st.

Davenport William B., r 51, farmer 12.

Devine John, (Montpelier) custom shoemaker, served in Co. G, 6th Vt. Vols., from October 15, 1861, to close of the war, h 33 Berlin st.

Dewey Charles F., r 30, farmer 43.

Dewey Elmer C., r 30, farmer, son of Charles F.

DEWEY WILLIAM H., (W. Berlin) r 19, 800 sugar trees, breeder of thoroughbred Devon cattle, 26 cows, 25 grade Merino and Cotswold sheep, apiarist 12 colonies, and farmer 300.

Dobay George, (Montpelier) laborer, h Nichols block.

Dodge Abigail, (Montpelier) r 12, widow, resident, aged 86.

Dodge Daniel P., r 30, carpenter and joiner, invalid, h and lot.

Dodge George W. (Barre) r 25, 400 sugar trees, 20 cows, breeder of young; cattle, 25 head, farmer 285.

Dodge Leon B., (Barre) r 25, farmer with his father, George W.

Dodge N. Brown, r 28, cooper, resides with Ira A. Benjamin.

Donahue Dennis W., (Gouldsville) r 35 1/2, 10 cows and farmer 125.

Donahue Timothy W., (Montpelier) reed and ratan worker, emp. S. B. Smith, h 4 Bradshaw place.

Doucett John, (Montpelier) r 13, blacksmith, emp. John Mooney, farmer 15.

DOWNER ROSAMOND P., r 43, widow of Wooster, resident.

DREW MILTON D., (W. Berlin) r 22 n cor. 19, 500 sugar trees, 20 cows, breeder of grade Jersey cattle and fine horses, farmer 176.

Dudley George T., (Barre) r 14, carpenter and joiner.

Dudley William N., (Montpelier) farmer 12, h 22 Berlin St.

Dupree Henry, r 40, laborer, emp. A. M. Slocum.

Dustin Cynthia K., r 30, widow of P. N., resides with C. F. Dewey.

DUSTIN GARDNER W., r 42, 300 sugar trees, in winter 30 cows and about 12 cows in summer, 30 sheep, farmer 100, and pasture land 20.


Eastman Charles W., (Gouldsville) r 35, butcher and farmer.

Eastman Emeline Mrs., (Gouldsville) r 35, 1,000 sugar trees, 11 cows, farm 150.

Eastman Webster D., (Gouldsville) r 35, farmer.

Edwards Erastus, (Barre) r 25, 500 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer 130.

Ellis Fred, (W. Berlin) r 36, musician, and farmer with his father, Lucius A.

Ellis L. Nelson, (W. Berlin) r 36, 500 sugar trees, 18 grade Jersey cows, breeder of fine horses, farmer 180.

Ellis Lucius A., (W. Berlin) r 36, 500 sugar trees, 7 cows, farmer 100.

EMERSON GILMAN S., (W. Berlin) r 31, 500 sugar trees, breeder of full blood Jersey cattle, 12 cows, 8 head young cattle, farmer 150.

Excelsior Granite Co., (Montpelier) (S. I. Staples and M. A. Copeland, of N. Adams, Mass.) manufs. of monumental granite work.


Farrar Stephen, (W. Berlin) r 34, pensioner, farmer 30.

Fisher Leonard. (W. Berlin) r 32, retired farmer, aged 79.

Fitts Orison, (W. Berlin) r 35, 400 sugar trees, 11 grade Jersey cows, farmer 150.

Ford John, (Montpelier) section foreman M. & W. R. R. R., h 47 Berlin St.

Foster Nathan S., (W. Berlin) r 19, 6 cows and farmer 60, owns h and lot at Berlin Corners and real estate in Connecticut, Florida and Iowa.

FOSTER TRUMAN R., r 55, 800 sugar trees, 9 cows, breeder of Daniel Lambert horses, 86 sheep, farmer 155, pasture and woodland 100.


Gabree Edward H., (Montpelier) painter, decorator, paper hanger and calciminer, h Berlin st.

Gallison Harvey L., (Montpelier) teamster, emp. B. Daily, h 35 Berlin St.

Giroux Louis N., (Montpelier) r 14, carpenter.

Gleason Mary, (Montpelier) r 20, widow of John, 8 cows and farm 100.

Gleason Samuel, (Montpelier) off r 19, farmer 90.

Glines Ebenezer A., (Montpelier) r 10 cor. 8, 400 sugar trees, breeder of grade Holstein cattle, Morgan horses, and Chester white swine, 16 cows, farmer 158.

Glines Eva C. Miss, (Montpelier) r 10 cor. 8, teacher. 

Glynn Edwin, L., (W. Berlin) r 32, farmer, owns h and lot in Wentworth, N. H.

Glynn Mary A. Mrs., (W. Berlin) r 32, 400 sugar trees, 12 cows, owns farm with her son, Fred A. Stebbins, 100.

Goodhue Helen T., r 29, widow of Daniel, resident, h and lot.

Goodhue Henry A., r 29, farm laborer.

Gould Charles, (Montpelier) laborer, emp. John E. Benjamin.

Gove Burt S., (W. Berlin) r 45, farmer with his father, Winthrop.

GOVE EDWIN W., (Montpelier) off r 10, sawyer, emp. Wilbur Brown.

Gove Winthrop, (W. Berlin) r 45, carpenter and joiner, breeder of fine Morell and Morgan horses, farmer 40.

Gray Ira, r 18, 500 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer, leases of John Woodbury r 160.

Green Willie H., r 30, farm laborer.

Guiot Ramie, (Montpelier) laborer, 14 Northfield st.


Hall Charles L, (Gouldsville) r 35 1/2, lumberman and laborer.

Hall John J., r 30, pastor Cong. church.

Hall William, (Gouldsville) r 35 1/2, lumberman, and owns farm in Moretown.

Halland John, (Gouldsville) r 35 1/2, 300 sugar trees, 11 cows, farmer 118.

Hancock Crismon (W. Berlin) pensioner, assistant postmaster, and retired farmer, aged 80.

Harran Ira D., (Montpelier) r 7, 10 cows, and farmer, leases of John Moriarty 75.

Harrigan Annie Miss, dressmaker, 18 Northfield st.

Harrigan Jeremiah, (Montpelier) section hand, 18 Northfield st.

Harrigan Nellie, (Montpelier) dressmaker, 18 Northfield st.

Harvey Oel S., (Montpelier) r 14, laborer.

Hawes Henry H., (Montpelier) r 26, 800 sugar trees, 7 cows, farmer 80.

Hayward Hiram C., r 48, justice of the peace, 300 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 100.

Heath James W., (W. Berlin) r 36, 500 sugar trees, 18 cows, farmer, leases on shares of L. Nelson Ellis 180.

Hedges Jesse, (Northfield) r 36, farmer, leases on shares of R. W. Strong 300.

Hewett Arthur L., (W. Berlin) r 45, justice of the peace, selectman, auditor, teacher and farmer, h and 2 acres.

Hewett Henry J., (W. Berlin) r 31, quarryman, and armor 60.

Hill George, (W. Berlin) r 34, fruit grower 650 trees, farmer 30.

Hill Herman (W. Berlin) r 35, farmer, emp. Orison Fitts.

Hill Martin E., (W. Berlin) 5 cows, and farmer 100.

HOBART DAVID, r 31 cor. 22, 9 grade Jersey cows, farmer 100.

HOBART L. M., r 31 cor. 32, teacher.

Hollenbach John, (W. Berlin) r 35, farmer 52.

House Albert, r 57, 125 sugar trees, farmer 70.

House Eleazer H., r 57 800 sugar trees, 13 cows, farmer 1(?).

Howland Arthur L., (Montpelier) granite polisher, emp. Pioneer Polishing Co. h 31 Berlin st.

Howland Curbs, (Montpelier) granite polisher, emp. Pioneer Polishing Co., h 31 Berlin st. 

Howland Laura L., (Montpelier) widow of Hiram B., h and lot 23 Prospect. 

HUBBARD SARAH BATES, r 30, widow of C. Nelson, 400 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer 75. 

Humphrey Abial F., (Montpelier) tanner at Johonnott's, h 2 School ave. 

Huse James M., r 54, dentist, physician and surgeon. 

Huse John F., r 54, dealer in fresh meat and fish, pensioner, and farmer. 


Jacobs Elmer E., (Montpelier) carpenter, h 25 Prospect.

Johnson Edwin P., (Montpelier) printer, emp. Union Card Co., h 4 School ave. 

Johnson Valancourt C., (Montpelier) r 10, 1,500 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 200, served in Co. K, 2d N. H, Vols., 4 years. 

JONES OSCAR D., (Montpelier) r 19, 500 sugar trees, 20 cows, breeder of grade Holstein cattle and fine horses, farmer 175.


Keith Charles, (Montpelier) tanner and manager of the Johonnott tannery, h Northfield st.

Kelley Cornelius, (Montpelier) r 10, bridge watcher for C. V. R. R.

Kelley John, (Gouldsville) r 35 1/2, 6 cows, and farmer 45.

Kellogg George W., (Montpelier) r 14, granite polisher, emp. B. J. Reed.

Kelty Lawrence E., (Montpelier) r 57, farm laborer.

Kent Herbert, (Montpelier) clerk, emp. G. D. Butler, h 17 Berlin st. 

Kimball Charles, r 30, dealer in groceries, provisions, nails, flour, meal and feed.

Kimball Orrin, (Northfield) r 44, 200 sugar trees, 25 cows, breeder of grade Holstein cattle, and Chester white and Berkshire swine, farmer 250.

Kimmis Cora K., (Montpelier) r 2, 9 cows, and farmer 84.

Kimmis Jared, (Montpelier) r 2, farmer 84.

Kinney J. Kendrick, (Montpelier) r 8 cor. 2, law writer, and farmer 60.


Lacroix Ferdinand, (Montpelier) r 20, 10 cows, and farmer 100.

LANE EDWIN, (Montpelier) r 13, (D. & E. Lane, of Lanesboro) h and 10 acres.

Lathrop George A., (Montpelier) r 7, farmer, leases on shares 10 cows and 90 acres.

Laundry Frank, (Montpelier) r 11 laborer.

Lawrence Abigail D., (Montpelier) widow of George, h and lot 26 Prospect. 

Lawrence Charles, (Montpelier) jobber and teamster, h 41 Berlin st.

Lawrence Gustavus L., (Montpelier) pressman Argus and Patriot office, h 41 Berlin st.

Lawrence Herbert, (Montpelier) shifter, emp. M. & W. R. R. R.

LAWRENCE LEONARD P., (Montpelier) r 12, road commissioner, general jobber in team work, 700 sugar trees, milk dealer, 20 cows, breeder of grade Holstein cattle, farmer 200.

Lawrence Samuel F., (Montpelier) tanner, emp. A. Johonnott, h 33 Berlin st. 

Lawson Nettie, (Montpelier) widow of George, resident, h 23 Prospect.

Lawson W. E. Mrs., (Montpelier) dressmaker, h 40 Prospect.

Lawson William E., (Montpelier) bridge builder, emp. C. V. R. R., h 40 Prospect.

LELAND BROTHERS, (Montpelier) r 6, breeders of grade Holstein and Jersey cattle, milk dealers, 25 cows, breeders of fine horses, and farmers 200.

Leland George, (Montpelier) r 6, retired farmer, aged 75.

LELAND JEROME W., (Montpelier) r 6, (Leland Brothers).

LELAND WILMER A., (Montpelier) r 6, (Leland Brothers).

Lennox Henry, (W. Berlin) r 34, 6 cows, and farmer 50.

Lennox John, (Montpelier) r 34, farmer 75.

LEONARD CHARLES P., (W. Berlin) r 34, blacksmith, 300 sugar trees, 6 cows, farther 77, pensioner, served in Co. G, 4th Vt. Vols., 4 years, and prisoner in Andersonville 10 months.

Leonard Chauncey, r 30, retired blacksmith.

LIBBEY ALONZO S, (Gouldsville) r 44, 1,500 sugar trees, 14 cows, and farmer 100

Loveland Louisa, r 54, widow of Charles, 500 sugar trees, breeder of horses, farmer 240.

Luce Alanson, (Montpelier) dealer in live stock and farmer 3, h 30 Prospect. 

Lull Leonard T., r 54, farmer.

Lynch Marks, (Montpelier) stationary, engineer for Johnson & Colton, h Berlin st.


Macoon Lemira Miss, r 29, resident, h and 3 acres.

March Abel, r 29, carpenter and joiner, farmer 10.

Marcotte Levi, (Montpelier) r 31, 1,000 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Joseph A. Wing about 200.

Marsh Sofronia H., (Montpelier) widow of Charles, resident, h 25 Berlin St.

Martin Campbell B., (Montpelier) r 7, veterinary surgeon, 1,000 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 130. 

MARTIN CHARLES P., r 50, 550 sugar trees, breeder of Knox and Lambert horses, 7 head, hay grower, farmer 190.

Martin Danforth, (Montpelier) r 12, laborer, h and 2 acres.

Mayo Moses, (Montpelier) r 11, farmer, leases of Emory Hale 50.

McCarty Daniel, (Gouldsville) r 47, 18 cows, farmer 183.

McCarty Jerry, (Gouldsville) r 35 1/2, 6 cows, farmer 150.

McGowan Roger, (Montpelier) resident, bds. 9 Northfield St.

McINTOSH CHARLES N., (W. Berlin) off r 45, 400 sugar trees, 8 cows, 24 sheep, farmer 135.

McMahon John, (Montpelier) r 20, 6 cows, farmer 175.

McMahon Patrick, (Montpelier) station agent at the junction.

McMahon Thomas, (Montpelier) r 19, track hand.

Meader Artie M., (Gouldsville) farmer. emp. H. N. Brown.

Merrill Daniel, (Gouldsville) r 45, resident and retired farmer, aged 88.

Merrill Mary, (Gouldsville) r 45, widow of Obed S.

Merrill William E., (Gouldsville) r 45, 300 sugar trees, 17 cows, farmer, manages the estate of his father, Obed S., 185.

Minahan Dennis, (Montpelier) invalid, h Berlin St.

Morey Moses P., (Montpelier) blacksmith, h 1 Northfield St.

Moriarty Thomas C., r 43, farmer, manager for S. H. O. Bosworth, of Montpelier, 10 cows, 23 head young cattle, and farm 118.

Moses Maria A. Mrs., (Montpelier) h and lot.

Moses Sarah J. Miss, (Montpelier) r 8, resident, h and lot.

Murray Dennis, (Montpelier) r 2, farm laborer.

Murray Peter, (Montpelier) laborer, h 14 Northfield st.

Murtagh Owen, (Montpelier) night watchman, ernp. at engine-house, M. & W. R. R. R., h 29 Berlin St.


Newton George L., (Montpelier) carpenter, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 57 Berlin st.

Nichols Charles H., (W. Berlin) r 45, farmer 45.

Normandin Louis, (Montpelier) blacksmith, Berlin St., h do.

Norton Andrew S., (W. Berlin) r 31 opp. creamery, cream gatherer and farmer, manages 100 acres for J. T.

Norton Joseph T., r 31, 300 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 100.

Nye Eliza P., r 40, widow of Sylvanus F., resident.

Nye Newton P., r 40, 800 sugar trees, hay grower, farmer 120.

Nye William B., r 37, resident.


O'Neil Edward, (Montpelier) plumber, emp. J. W. Peck, bds. Northfield St.


Papineau George, (Gouldsville) r 35, laborer.

Patterson Charles A., (W. Berlin) r 31, quarryman, emp. Berlin Granite Co.

Patterson James, (W. Berlin) r 36, resident.

PEARSON ARTEMUS N., M. D., r 43 cor. 30, postmaster, notary public, eclectic physician and surgeon, h and 1 acre.

Pearson Don C., r 38, 13 grade Jersey cows, farmer 100.

Pearson G. Willie, r 38, farmer, son of Don C.

Pearson Moses, (Montpelier) r 13, manager Pioneer mills and prop. boarding-house, farmer 15.

Perrin Amanda C., r 50, widow of J. E., 800 sugar trees, breeder of fine Morgan horses, 25 cows, 25 head young cattle, farm 300.

Perrin Brothers, r 40, (George K. and H. M.) farmers and managers for Mrs. Amanda C., estate of their father, J. E., 300 acres.

Perrin Elisha, farmer, emp. Will Coburn, of E. Montpelier.,

Perrin J. Newton, r 50, justice of the peace, 800 sugar trees, breeder of high grade Jersey cattle, 28 cows, farmer 175.

Perrin J. Newton, Jr., graduate of University of Vermont.

Perrin Julius, (Montpelier) blacksmith.

Perrin Porter, r 50, farmer with his father, J. Newton.

Pettengill Aaron M., (Montpelier) r 12, farmer 6.

Pewtner Joseph H., (Gouldsville) farmer, emp. H. N. Brown.

Phelps John F., (Montpelier) r 12, farmer 17.

Pioneer Mills, (Montpelier) G. W. Scott, E. Scribner and J. G. Scribner, props., manufs. of lumber.

PITKIN CLARENCE H., (Montpelier) r 3, (Pitkin & Huse) U. S. attorney for the district of Vermont, farmer 60.

Poor Chauncey G., r 43, 600 sugar trees, 18 cows, farmer 200.

Pratt George W., r 37, 250 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer, owns 2/3 of the estate of his father, George S., about 200 acres.

Pratt Sarah D., r 37, widow of George S., owns 1/3 of the estate of her husband, 200 acres.

Prescott Aldee E., (Barre) r 25,500 sugar trees, 15 cows and farmer, leases of Erastus Edwards 130.

Preston Janette D., (Montpelier) r 12, widow of Philander, resident.

Preston Philip, (Montpelier) painter, carpenter and wheelwright, h 5 Northfield St.

Putney Alson D., (Montpelier) r 6, laborer, emp. H. Atkins.

Putney Willard (Montpelier) r 6, farm laborer.


REED BENJAMIN J., (Montpelier) prop. of granite polishing-mills at Pioneer mills, h 57 Main St., Montpelier.

Reed Benjamin P., farmer 5.

Reed George D., (Montpelier) silver plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, h 2 Northfield St.

Reed Henry C., r 43, cream gatherer, emp. Mirror Lake creamery.

Reed Martin L., (Montpelier) r 10, 6 cows and farmer 76.

RICHARDSON ENOCH E., (Montpelier) r 11, 23 cows, manager of farm for W. N. Peck 175.

Richardson Lafayette, r 30, carriage maker and farther 3. 

Roach David, (Montpelier) stonecutter, h Northfield St.

Roberts Colin C., (Montpelier) granite cutter, emp. Roberts & Son.

Robinson Loren, (Gouldsville) r 36, laborer.

Rose Peter, (W. Berlin) r 45, laborer.

Rowe Joseph, (Montpelier) r 13, laborer.

ROWELL AARON C., (Montpelier) r 22, farmer 16, pensioner, served in Co. G, 8th Vt. Vols.

Rowell Ethie M. Mrs., resides with her mother, Mrs. Fanny E. Alexander, 51 Berlin St.

Rowell Gardner P., r 22, farmer and pensioner, served in Co. C, 13th Vt. Vols.

RUMNEY CHARLES, (W. Berlin) r 36; farm laborer, owns pasture land 36, served in Co. K, 4th Vt. Vols., 4 years.

Rumney Edwin E., (W. Berlin) r 36, laborer, farmer 11.

Ryan Peter, (Montpelier) off r 10, teamster, emp. Wilbur Brown.


Sanders Charlie J., (Montpelier) painter, bds. Nichols block.

Sanders David L., (W. Berlin) r 19, carpenter, h and 1 acre. 

Sanders Eben P., (Montpelier) laborer and job teamster, h Nichols block. 

Sanders Jane P. Mrs., (Montpelier) washer and ironer, h Nichols block. 

Sargent E. G. Mrs., r 54, dressmaker. 

Sawtelle Edmund M., (Montpelier) r 10, farmer. 

Sawtelle Jesse R., (Montpelier) r 10, 200 sugar trees, farmer 45. 

Sawyer James, (Montpelier) r 10, farmer. 

Sawyer Wealtha, (Montpelier) r 10, widow of Norman, resident. 

Scott John, r 23, 250 sugar trees, 8 cows, breeder of horses, farmer 98. 

Scoville Mary F., (Montpelier) r 12, widow of James B., 700 sugar trees, 10 cows, grower of young stock, and farmer on the estate of her husband 140. 

Scribner J. Gilman, (Montpelier) owner of Pioneer mills with his father, Eben, and George W. Scott, farmer 30, h 14 Prospect. 

Searles Charles, (Northfield) r 36, farmer for Jesse Hedges. 

Selina George H., (Montpelier) fireman M. & W. R. R. R., bds. 43 Berlin St. 

Selina Julius A., r 30, 300 sugar trees, 10, cows, farmer, leases of Mrs. C. A, Bosworth 72. 

Seymour Charles, (Montpelier) off r ___, 8 cows, and farmer 50. 

Seymour Felix, (Montpelier) off r ___, laborer. 

Shambo Francis, (Montpelier) stone mason, h 39 Berlin St. 

Shambo Francis Mrs., (Montpelier) dressmaker, h 39 Berlin St. 

Shangley John, (Montpelier) plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, h Berlin St. 

Shumway Emory L., (Montpelier) retired manuf., h 25 Berlin St. 

Silver Charles E., (Montpelier) clerk, emp. W. W. Park, h 12 Bradshaw place. 

Simmons Catherine Mrs., (Montpelier) washing and ironing, anal prop. board ing-house, h Northfield St. 

Simmons James C., (Montpelier) shoemaker, h Northfield St. 

Slayton Vernon L., (Montpelier) clerk, emp. H. E., h 9 Prospect. 

SLOCUM ALANSON M., r 40, 600 sugar trees, breeder of full blood Jersey cattle, 24 cows, 20 head of young cattle, farmer 174.

Slocum Grace L. Miss, daughter of A. M., teacher. 

Smith Charles, (Montpelier) r 12, farmer 8. 

Smith George M., (Montpelier) conductor M. & W. R. R. R., bds. 19 Berlin st. 

Smith John, (Montpelier) r 10, teamster, emp. Wilbur Brown, bds. do. 

Smith John W., (Montpelier) deliverer for Smith & Weston, h 19 Berlin St. 

Smith Osman T., (Montpelier) teamster, h Berlin St. 

Smith Russell C., (W. Berlin) r 31, 600 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer 60.

SMITH STEPHEN B., (Montpelier) ratan and reed dealer and manuf., opp. Court-house, State St., Montpelier, h 3 Bradshaw place.

Sowles Wilder, (Montpelier) repairer, emp. M. & W. R. R. R., h Langdon ave.

SPARROW ALBERT S., (Montpelier) r 7 cor. 4, 25 cows, farmer 400.

Sparrow Irvin L., (Montpelier) r 7 cor. 4, farmer with Albert S.

Spear Thomas, (Montpelier) r 12, 9 cows, farmer 80.

St. Clair David, (Montpelier) r 6, tanner, emp. Charles Keith. 

St. John Almon, r 43, farm laborer.

St. John John, (Montpelier) r ___, farmer 13.

St. John John, Jr., (Montpelier) r 25, 500 sugar trees, 25 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Leonard Aldrich, of Barre, 226.

Staples Orpheus F., (Montpelier) r 13, granite cutter, emp. Excelsior Granite Co.

Staples Sylvanus L, (Montpelier) r 13, (Excelsior Granite Co.)

Stebbins Fred A., (W. Berlin and Windsor, Windsor county) r 32, brakeman C. V. R. R., owns farm with his mother 100.

Stewart Abel H., r 44, 500 sugar trees, 10 cows, 13 head young cattle, farmer 125.

Stewart Clarence, r 30, farmer, leases or: shares of Mrs. C. N. Hubbard 300 sugar trees and farm 20.

STEWART CLARK H., r 43, prop. summer boarding-house, picnic grounds and boat livery, 275 sugar trees, 30 sheep, 7 high grade Jersey cows, prop. Hambletonian stock horse "Vermonter” and Percheron stock horse "Rupert," farmer 100.

STEWART ROLLIN D., r 43, carpenter, 6 cows, breeder of grade Jersey cattle and Hambletonian horses, farmer 60, served in Co. C, 13th V t. V ols.

Stickney George, E., (Montpelier) farm laborer.

Stiles Austin, (W. Berlin) r 36, laborer.

Stiles Lucy A., (W. Berlin) widow of Elijah, resident.

Stone John, (Montpelier) harnessmaker, emp. J. Lease, h 9 Northfield St.

Strong Horace W., (Northfield) r 47, 400 sugar trees, 10 grade Jersey cows, breeder of fine horses, farmer 100.

Strong Levi, r 30, mason, h and 3 acres.

Strong R. Warner, (Northfield) r 36, 350 sugar trees, 23 grade Jersey cows, farmer 300.

SWEENEY DENNIS, (Montpelier) r 22, 500 sugar trees, 9 cows, breeder of fine horses, farmer 130.


Towner Edward E., (Montpelier) r 16, (S. S. Towner & Son, of Montpelier).

Towner Sewell S., (Montpelier) r 6, (S. S. Towner & Son, of Montpelier) breeder of thoroughbred Jersey cattle, reg., farmer 45.

TROVE JONES, (W. Berlin) r 45, granite cutter, farmer 30.

Turner William H., r 29, 200 sugar trees, 11 cows, farmer 100, and pasture land 60.


Virge Syril, (Montpelier) r 10 quarryman.


Wade Charles, (Montpelier) wheelwright, disabled soldier, h head of Prospect.

WARREN ABEL K., r 22, 400 sugar trees, 20 cows, farmer 230, and on r 32, 8 cows, and farm 250.

Wason Harrison D., (Montpelier) r 11, 14 cows, and farmer 100.

Waterman Walter F., (Montpelier) r 6, farmer and manager for George Bradshaw.

Wedge Ezra B., (Montpelier) off r 10, 300 sugar trees, farmer, leases of Samuel Chandler 60.

Wedge Ezra O., (Montpelier) stonecutter, bds. Berlin St.

Wedge Henry C., (Montpelier) farm laborer.

Wedge Heram B., (Montpelier) gas engineer, h Berlin St.

Welch Pierce, (Montpelier) r 3, 300 sugar trees, breeder of Shropshire sheep, 20 head, 6 cows, farmer 90.

West Berlin Creamery Association, (W. Berlin) Rev. W. B. Worthing, manager, manufs. of choice butter.

West George S., (Montpelier) carpenter and builder, manuf. of concrete, walks, and fire-proof roof painter, h 7 Prospect.

Wheelock Martin W., (Montpelier) clerk and treas. of Berlin, book-binder and paper-box manuf., Main cor. State, h 49 Berlin st.

Wheeler Oliver, (Montpelier) cabinetmaker, h 25 Berlin st.

Wilkinson George E., (Montpelier) emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 19 Berlin st.

WILLEY GEORGE J., r 49, carpenter, joiner, contractor and builder, farmer 15.

Willey Herbert G., r 49, farmer. 

Williams Jefferson O., r 50, 7 grade Jersey cows, farmer 50.

WILSON WILLARD W., (Montpelier) nickle plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, h 26 Prospect.

Wing Catherine E., (Montpelier) r 12, widow of Lemuel, farm 12.

Winslow George W., r 48, farmer, son of John F.

Winslow J. Edward, r 48, farmer, son of John F.

WINSLOW JOHN F., r 48, lister, 800 sugar trees, breeder of fine horses, 14 grade Jersey cows, farmer 160.

Woodbury ____, (Montpelier) off r 8, laborer, emp. Wilbur Brown.

Woodbury Edwin J., (Montpelier) r 2, 300 sugar trees, 40 cows, breeder of horses, farmer 300, on r 57 farm 400, 15 cows and 1,000 sugar trees, prop. (in Barre) of meat market, livery stable and boarding-house, owns farm with J. R. Langdon 125.

Woodbury Jonathan A., r 43, 14 cows, 500 sugar trees, farmer 190, and leases to Ira Gray 150.

Worthing Waldo B., (W. Berlin) pastor M. E. church.

Woster James F., (Montpelier) r 8, supt. Montpelier poor-house and farm, 10 cows and farm about 100.


Young J. Albert, (Montpelier) r 13, wood worker and carpenter. 

Business Directory
Gazetteer Of Washington County, Vt. 1783-1899, 
Compiled and Published by Hamilton Child,
Edited By William Adams.
The Syracuse Journal Company, Printers and Binders.
Syracuse, N. Y.; April, 1889.
Pages 40-51

Transcribed by Karima Allison, 2003